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I’ve Been Approved for SSDI benefits, How Much Will I Get Every Month?

2019-06-07T11:04:33-04:00

If you are approved for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Benefits, how much you are entitled to will depend on a number of factors. This article will help to explain how your benefits are calculated.

I’ve Been Approved for SSDI benefits, How Much Will I Get Every Month?2019-06-07T11:04:33-04:00

The Importance of Attending Your SSDI Hearing

2019-05-21T20:13:56-04:00

Many of our clients often ask whether they are required to go to their disability hearing. The answer is always yes! For one, if you don’t go to your Social Security Disability Hearing, the ALJ can dismiss your Disability Claim - although there are other reasons to go, too.

The Importance of Attending Your SSDI Hearing2019-05-21T20:13:56-04:00

Beyond the Medical Records: Alternative Evidence for Disability

2019-05-20T19:11:22-04:00

If you sign up with an advocate or representative, they will also ask about treating history and send requests for records to various medical providers. But what if you don’t have much care? What if your medical records don’t paint a very clear picture of your limitations?

Beyond the Medical Records: Alternative Evidence for Disability2019-05-20T19:11:22-04:00

American Public Favors Strengthening Social Security

2019-05-21T19:32:01-04:00

While Social Security continues to provide vital economic support to millions of disabled and retired individuals, children, and widows, there are long-term funding concerns which need to be addressed to keep the program fiscally sound for generations to come.

American Public Favors Strengthening Social Security2019-05-21T19:32:01-04:00

Can You Perform Your Past Relevant Work?

2019-05-30T20:56:14-04:00

Step four of Social Security Administrations’s process for determining disability requires that the claimant prove that they cannot perform their “past relevant work,” and there are some important factors to understand about how the SSA makes this determination.

Can You Perform Your Past Relevant Work?2019-05-30T20:56:14-04:00